No, not that weekend update...but I do love Seth Meyers!
My weekend update, which consisted of:
Going with Farmer J to the cows to give them water. They were thirsty and started running right up to us. I am still not comfortable around these cows, I've seen too many rodeos! J says they aren't snakes or coyotes, I'll see a cow coming if it wants to charge at me. But they usually just stare at us or run away. Them running at us was a new thing. In the end they posed for a picture so I can't complain!
I attempted this drawer organizer. Instead of stacking shirts and pants on top of each other, roll them up and slide them next to each other. This way you can see what is in your drawer without messing everything up. My drawers are packed tight so we'll see what happens when I start wearing these clothes. Will they all unroll into a huge mess? Stay tuned....
On our way to Valentines dinner (on Saturday) I attempted this new scarf knot. I loved it! I kept un-tying and re-tying it at the restaurant. We did have an HOUR wait...(no reservations)
Found this tutorial on Pinterest which led me to Meg's Blog
Super easy: end 1 over-under, end 2 under-over, done!
We went out to eat at Stella's, an Italian restaurant I am officially in love with. After the hour wait, I found out Lubbock does have some nice restaurants. Ok, one. I've only been to one, but we'll get there. When we got our oyster appetizer J asked "Are you going to take pictures of the food all night?" which I really meant 'if you get to have your phone out I get to have mine out' so we both put our phones away and enjoyed each other's company. It was a blast. A great first Valentines as a married couple.
Before dinner we saw Identity Thief. It started at 4:30 and we figured since it's been out for a while there was no rush. We got there 5 minutes before the start time and the theatre was PACKED. We sat in the third row! I guess everyone went to the 4:30 movie and then out to dinner. Identity Thief was a funny movie. J said he would have done the same thing Jason Bateman does in the end. I won't spoil the movie, but if you've seen it and know J, you'll understand.
How was your weekend? Hope it was great! When did you celebrate Valentines Day?
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